9.10.2004

hot, hot, hot!

and not in a good way...

it's 89 degrees outside and it was a cool 90 inside.

i actually had to turn on the a/c which is rare...

i know, i shouldn't complain... i mean, my parents live in palm springs... and it's well over a hundred there like, 10 months out of the year... at least... and i know the people from AZ suffer every day...

but, i'm a whiner and a mild weather girl. humidity over 50%? not having it. temperature varying outside of the 65-85 range? hell, no.

i'm guessing i can't move away from SoCal ever.

12 Comments:

Blogger Mel Mega said...

I hear ya on that! It is so stifling hot in my apartment that I am forced to quickly change my clothes and immediately head over to Barnes & Noble, Tower Records, the mall or some other air-conditioned building! My body is cool, but my account is hurting like a MoFo!

4:21 PM  
Blogger American Blogger said...

105 here currently, in Phoenix :)

5:16 PM  
Blogger no milk said...

i love to turn on the a/c and hide under the covers. it's very nice.

5:26 PM  
Blogger Nina said...

Mel Mega and American Blogger tell no lies. You would hate it here. It's unnaturally hot here. I set my air at 82 during the day and 79 at night. The fucked up thing is my electric bill is still $170.00.

Oh damn! Now I'm whining....

7:30 PM  
Blogger The Hobo said...

In Britain there's no such thing as a/c, okay not strictly true, but try using London Underground after a couple of really hot days; I'll guarantee that you'll sweat away a couple of pounds. It's great being British!

7:02 AM  
Blogger grace said...

i'm glad someone understands me, MM...

nina, mike: apparently, the 2 of you need to come out here for our bbq. it's at least 20 degrees cooler here :P

hobo: we were in europe last summer during that godawful heatwave. i broke out into a heat rash. it was terrible. heheh... by the time we got to the uk, it wasn't that bad, though. (we went to creamfields - lurved it)

8:19 AM  
Blogger grace said...

hey, i didn't realize that AB was from AZ, too. sheesh. i seriously couldn't live there. that blazing sun all the time. i'd shrivel up and die.

8:20 AM  
Blogger julia said...

AZ is so hot.. i'm so glad that my parents sold the house out in yuma.. my skin got all dry and there were cracks on my arms.. gross...

damn.. i don't know if i can handle the heat down there.. i love the monterey weather.. if we could only do something with the idiots that live here...

12:49 PM  
Blogger Taro-kun said...

You want idiots? Move to Connecticut. There must be some kind of national distributing facility here and my town is the first dropoff.

9:27 PM  
Blogger julia said...

mike, they must be pissing in monterey drinking water. :P

1:07 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

No, you'd be fine here in Arizona. I've seen Koreans walking around here before and they don't die. So you must be alright, you know? Cause they're Korean. And you're Korean too. That's how it works, right?

9:50 AM  
Blogger grace said...

nah. i'd commit suicide first. that's how much i hate to sweat...

and yes, that is how it works! you're amazingly intuitive and culturally sensitive. :P

10:54 AM  

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